Let your inner Ebenezer Scrooge shine with fingerless gloves.
In addition to fingerless gloves being a great way to keep your hands warm, their real plus is that they still leave some measure of dexterity for your fingers. Therefore, here are some ideas for crocheting these useful items. However, we present ones in a very attractive guise so that you don’t have to sacrifice style for warmth. Indeed, they are so good looking you may even consider wearing them for their own sake, as you would any fashion accessory. Of course, there is no reason you have to keep these to yourself, and they’ll make great presents as well.
Dragon Scale Fingerless Gloves
Of course, Dragon Scale Fingerless Mitts are always season, and are loved not only by the fans of fantasy. While they make use of the unusual crocodile stitch, they aren’t hard. Consequently they have an awesome scale-like three dimensional pattern that interplays super well with the right choice of colors. Moreover, this technique may come in handy in other projects, so it’s good to learn and practice it.
The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:
Ammonite Wrist Warmers
Next, this fingerless glove is inspired by ammonites, which are the beautiful fossilized shells of ancient sea snails. To this point, the fossils have a lovely spiral layout, which is beautifully reflected in this glove. As you can see, the spiral forms a faux clasp over the heel of the hand.
The full article about this pattern is on lookatwhatimade.net blog:
Kreisel Fingerless Gloves
So, this has got to be one of the most cherished fingerless glove patterns on YC. Since they are textured around the thumb, you can really show off your yarn shades.
The full article about this pattern is on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.com blog:
Fantail Stitch Fingerless
Here is the next unforgettable project: colourful, yet elegant, stretchy but soft. You can tell all that without even touching it. It’s a perfect project no matter whether you like extravagance or the classics.
The full article about this pattern is on Hooked by Robin blog:
The full article about this pattern is on crejjtion.com: